A grassfire that broke out on the Kamilaroi Highway has been extinguished by firefighter crews.
When the NVI arrived on the scene, fire crews were ensuring there were no smoldering areas of the crop. It burnt four hectares of the property, according to the Fires Near Me app.
The fire broke out at about 1.15pm at Tulare Park, a property about 16km away from Gunnedah.
RFS operations officer David Haggarty said the cause of the fire is so far unknown.
"We're keeping an eye on it, but we haven't had a determination [for the cause] and we'll do further investigations," Mr Haggarty said.
For the latest information on bushfires in the area, download the Fires Near Me app, visit the NSW RFS website, or call the Bushfire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
A grassfire has broken out on the Kamilaroi Highway at Tulare Park, 16km away from Gunnedah.
A Fire and Rescue NSW crew and an NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) crew are already on the scene, with two more on their way.
The fire is currently at advice level and RFS' Angus Nielson said it was burning in "crop or stubble".
Numerous fires have raged across the state this week including the Moonbi bushfire. Firefighters are still fighting this blaze, which has burnt more than 4000 hectares of bushland.
The fire jumped from 3300 hectares to more than 4000 on Thursday morning, fanned by strong winds on Wednesday night.
There is a total fire ban in place today with a very high fire danger rating.
More to come on the Gunnedah fire soon.